Imagine Dragons will play a handful of UK arena shows during their Evolve World Tour in 2018. The American pop-rock band will visit Birmingham, London, Manchester and Glasgow in February and April 2018.
Incubus is a critically acclaimed alternative rock band hailing from California. The band's seventh studio album, If Not Now, When?, was released in July 2011. Incubus then embarked on a world wide tour in support of the record.
Jake Bugg is one of the most exciting and unique artists to have emerged out of the UK music scene in recent years. Jake's self-titled debut album, which was released in 2012, has sold over one million copies worldwide and reached No.1 in the UK chart.
Jamie T's debut album, Panic Prevention was released in 2007 with his follow-up album, Kings and Queens, being released in 2009. Jamie T's music is innovative and unique and he was the recipient of the Best Solo Artist award in the 2007 NME Awards.
Alternative rockers Kasabian are reknowned for their live performances. An estimated 100,000 festival goers witnessed the band's triumphant headline performance at this year's Glastonbury festival.
Keane were responsible for 2004's best-selling album, Hopes and Fears. The award-winning group continued to produce influential tracks on their later albums: Under The Iron Sea and Perfect Symmetry. Keane have toured the UK extensively following the release of each album.
When Kids In Glass Houses first came to prominence in 2007, Kerrang! magazine named them as one of 'The Hottest New Bands On The Planet'. Since then the South Wales based indie-rock quintet have released two albums - Smart Casual in 2008 and Dirt in March 2010. Both albums were very well received and have helped to cement their reputation as a band who are definitely going places.
Kings of Leon will return to the UK for three headline shows during the summer of 2020. The Tennessee-based rockers will play a huge outdoor show at London's Finsbury Park, plus two arena shows in Newcastle and Leeds.
The Klaxons are a four-piece alternative rock band from London, who, following the release of their debut album Myths of the Near Future, picked up the Mercury Music Prize in 2007. The judges said that the band had taken them on an "ecstatic musical adventure”. The album itself reached number 2 in the UK charts, further confirming the band as one to watch for the future.
La Roux is a UK Electropop group formed in 2006 by Elly Jackson and Ben Langmaid. Their music has a strong hint of 1980's synth/funk/electropop and they draw influence from Depeche Mode, Heaven 17 and Erasure. In For The Kill won the 2009 iTunes UK Music Award for Best Single.
Welsh rock band Lostprophets are best known for their top-ten singles, Rooftops and Last Train Home. The band's fifth studio album, Weapons, was released in April 2012 and became a top-ten album in the UK.
Manic Street Preachers is an alternative rock band from Blackwood in South Wales. The Manics have enjoyed huge commercial and critical success with several top ten albums and two No.1 singles in the UK.
Morrissey will play two UK gigs as part of a short European tour in March 2020. The hugely influential singer-songwriter will be touring in support of his thirteenth studio album, I Am Not A Dog On A Chain, and will perform shows in Leeds and Wembley.
Mumford and Sons have announced plans for their biggest-ever tour, which begins in the UK in November 2018. The Grammy Award-winning folk rock band will play 60 dates around the world, including 12 shows in the UK & Ireland.
Muse will play three UK arena shows during the autumn of 2019 as part of their Simulation Theory World Tour. The alternative rock giants will play London's O2 Arena and Birmingham Arena in September 2019.
Electronic rock band New Order will perform a huge show at London's O2 Arena in the autumn of 2020. This will be the legendary band's only UK show in 2020.
Nickelback was formed by the Kroeger Brothers and Ryan Peake in 1995, and is one of Canada's most successful rock bands. The band's many hits include: How You Remind Me, Photograph, Burn It To The Ground and Rockstar.
Nine Inch Nails was created by Trent Reznor in 1988 as an industrial rock project. Reznor continues to lead the band as its only official member. Nine Inch Nails is considered a pioneer in the industrial music movement, having been highly influential in the evolution of electronic music over the past 25 years.
Noah and the Whale is a critically acclaimed indie-folk-rock band from London. Noah and the Whale's debut album, Peaceful, the World Lays Me Down, reached number 5 in the UK album chart when it was released in 2008. The band's second album, The First Days of Spring, was released a year later and whilst it didn't do quite so well in the charts, it still received very positive reviews from music critics.
OMD - Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark - was formed in 1978 by Paul Humphreys and Andy McCluskey. The final two band members of the original line-up, Martin Cooper and Malcolm Holmes, joined the group in 1980 and the four remained as the core of the band until 1989 when all but McCluskey left. Andy McCluskey kept the OMD name and continued to tour and record until 1996 with various new group members including Dave Hughes and Nigel Ipinson.